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# Is "resulting from" an idiom ?

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Is "resulting from" an idiom ? [#permalink]

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02 Oct 2008, 12:46
I know "resulting in" is a correct idiom. + "As a result of" is anotehr version. But almost alwasy I have seen "resullting from" as a wrong option.

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02 Oct 2008, 13:15
I see it all the time and probably wouldn't think it's a bad phrase, but "as a result of" certainly sounds better.
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Re: Is "resulting from" an idiom ? [#permalink]

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02 Oct 2008, 17:56
resulting from is incorrect. correct usage is resulting in or as a result of.
Edit: Sorry guys, I just confirmed yes resulting from is correct. there is an idiom list posted by some clubber in this forum. U can chck frm dat.

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